News - Warzone 2 Multiplayer On Cloud, Is It Viable. Geforce Now Ultimate 4k 120fps

What your watching

What your watching

You what you're seeing here is the gameplay of Modern Warfare 3 being played on GS's Ultimate Tier with maxed-out settings. The game's running at a beautiful 4K resolution, well over 120. FPS, without any dips under it. It really is the true testament to just how powerful these gfn Ultimate Tier server blades are, but even more important than that, this is gameplay running off a server that's closest to me, finally a server that only has about 20 to 23 pings, and I can tell you right now that with that latency.

It's a much different experience than I had during my first impressions article, where I was playing with one that's much further away.

How's it feel?

But that's enough of that. Let's talk about the game itself, how it feels, and the player watching it. It's a round-of-gun game, and it comes fresh off of a GFN server, for instance.

What I mean by that is that I've been playing a game locally for a few hours and then just hopped on GFN, and this is the first game I've had. I have two reasons for doing this one: I want to make sure that I can continue to play with my skill-based matchmaking level. Anyone who's been playing Call of Duty for some time now knows how annoying that can be, but I wanted to make sure it was a fair test.

My second reason for doing this is because I really wanted to be able to transition from my local PC to the cloud and see if I could actually feel any difference, and I did notice something. I instantly noticed that I stopped suffering from packet burst, a plague that's been affecting my local PC experience since Modern Warfare 3 launched on day one, and yet I'm happy to say that that's the only real difference.

I noticed after that, the game played incredibly smoothly, and I had no trouble adjusting or even felt like I needed to adjust my aim. I felt no problem with the movement. I felt no problem snapping onto targets. It all just felt incredibly smooth now.

Did deaths feel cheap?

Did deaths feel cheap?

I have decided to upload the full round of the gun game here, including deaths, simply because I didn't want to show just the highlights. It's important to also analyze your deaths and see whether or not you were really at fault for them, and I got to say that for every death in this clip, I was the one who made the mistake.

I either challenged fights that were unfavorable for me or challenged fights where they knew I was coming. I shot a gun that I didn't realize was actually a single shotgun rather than a full auto, and of course the good old traditional didn't look at the UAV red dot on the map that I should have noticed sooner.

What I didn't see were any sort of stutters, any sort of lag, or any sort of issue with my aim actually overshooting. I'd say that for the most part. I was pretty on target and just happened to lose a gunfight, and that really is good to hear because those sorts of things are what would kill the multiplayer experience from being viable.

My cod experience


Now, look, I'm not here to tell you that I'm a pro player, but I do think I'm an above-average Call of Duty player. I've been playing multiplayer Call of Duty since the finest hour back on the PS2, but like most of you, I got really hooked on it with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Since then, I've played every single Call of Duty that's launched, and without fail, it's become my go-to franchise, and it's one that I am awfully familiar with.

Like I said, not at the pro level, but let's face it, most of us watching this article aren't either, and speaking of somebody who's already poured over 150 hours into the PC version of Modern Warfare 3. I could tell you right now that the cloud is more than good enough for multiplayer, and to keep it completely real with you.


I'm actually almost certain that GFN Ultimate may provide a better experience than most consoles do on Call of Duty. Modern Warfare 3, especially if you're stuck on older-gen hardware, still happens to look pretty rough on PS4 and Xbox One, and this is a very viable option and one you should really consider checking out if you have the possibility to do so.

Is it going to be the perfect solution for everyone? No, absolutely not a lot of it depends on how far you are from these servers. After all, if your ping to the server is above 40, you're probably going to need to do some fine tuning and adjustment to actually get everything feeling up to par with your expectations.

But if it's under that and you have a solid connection to the internet, I would highly recommend checking out Modern Warfare 3 on GeForce Ultimate now.

Similar articles: